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    Default language courses

    what source are you utilizing for a foreign language?

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    Hi Deb!

    Sorry for the delay in getting back to you, but for some strange reason your post didn't show up for me until now.

    Letshomeschoolhighschool.com has a curriculum directory that might help you. They also have a parent forum where you can post this same question. Parent Forum
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    I use Duolingo. DD tried Live Mocha for a while but the amount of language choices was too overwhelming. Duolingo is newer, has a better interface and you can basically leave your kid alone with it and know they will learn.
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    Great to know. Thanks for sharing. I know Vocabulary_Fun (includes up to 12th grade) has free games for Latin, Spanish, and German.
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    I have used Rosetta Stone homeschool for Latin and Spanish with my now 8th and 10th grade sons. We attempted Korean but became frustrated with the program and voice recognition. I recently found Online language learning courses | Foreign languages online - Mango Languages and I think that would be great for learning to speak a language conversationally. I plan on using it for Japanese and Russian (useful languages to use with tourists here in Guam).
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    Quote Originally Posted by madmarsha View Post
    I have used Rosetta Stone homeschool for Latin and Spanish with my now 8th and 10th grade sons. We attempted Korean but became frustrated with the program and voice recognition. I recently found Online language learning courses | Foreign languages online - Mango Languages and I think that would be great for learning to speak a language conversationally. I plan on using it for Japanese and Russian (useful languages to use with tourists here in Guam).
    Thanks so much for sharing!
    Katie
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    Accidentally homeschooling since 2005!



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